SENIOR OPTICAL ENGINEER
Applicant must be a Permanent resident or a Citizen of United States
Masters in engineering with 5+ years of experience
Participate in developing a new generation of photonics-based medical devices,
investigative optics, and spectroscopy.
Conduct incoming inspections of spectrometers and maintain equipment within the QC.
Perform Spectrometer calibration.
Root-cause analysis of error in measurements and implement hardware improvement.
Carry out experiments, perform data analysis, and carry out data extractions and analyses.
Participate in modifying and optimizing experiments.
Develop new experimental ideas and experiments; provide suggestions on
instrumentation design and/or instrumentation improvements based on experimental
Experience with the optical and electrical aspects of spectroscopic instrumentation.
Familiarity with spectrometric calibration methods.
Familiarity with various spectroscopic techniques.
Familiarity with one or more of the followings: light sources, lasers, pulsed lasers, high-
resolution spectrographs, all types of photodetectors, optical design trade-offs.
Understands the principles of spectroscopic instrumentation application, sampling
methodologies, and has a demonstrated good design approach to experimentation.
Strong capability and adaptability to work in a fast-paced company with a dynamic work
Experience with Variation and Repeatability analysis.